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posted by:Ian Kerr // 05:00 PM // April 26, 2005 // Walking On the Identity Trail

On the Identity Trail is pleased to announce that Carole Lucock will join us in May as our new Project Manager.

Carole was Senior Legal Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer with the Canadian Medical Association, a not-for-profit corporation, where she has acted as counsel for 15 years. During her tenure with CMA, in addition to corporate legal work, Carole worked on numerous health and medical profession policy files and was very active in matters concerning health information privacy. While at CMA, Carole instituted an articling program and has worked with numerous articling students during the course of their training.

Carole obtained her LL.B from Queens University and is currently completing her LL.M, with a concentration in law and technology, at Ottawa University, researching the law and policy challenges associated with the anonymization of personal health data. She will enroll as an LL.D candidate in September. Her research interests include the intersection of privacy, anonymity and identity, and the potential distinctions between imposed versus assumed anonymity.

Prior to becoming a lawyer, Carole worked for a number of years as a high school teacher in England, where she taught science, social science and physical education.

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Excellent! Great to hear the news, Carole.

Posted by: David Matheson at May 2, 2005 01:27 PM

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